Liberator has an extensive pool of devices available for trial, free of charge and obligation, for 3 weeks. Consultants in each state can assist the trial team at every stage, providing support in areas such as: product training, choosing vocabularies and devices to trial, assessment, goal setting, implementation, data collection and evaluation.
How to access a trial device
Devices are available for free, 3-week trials, and each device trial must include a speech pathologist. The speech pathologist must complete the ACCESS Training course before submitting a trial agreement form (below). If you have previously trialled a device through Liberator, you are not required to complete the course; however, we encourage you to explore the content, as it will assist you during the trial.
The content is designed for speech pathologists; however, it may be of interest to parents, carers, and other team members. We invite anyone to view, complete or share this course.
The course will take approximately 1 hour to complete. You can save and come back to your work at any time. You can also download our Trial Handbook - a companion to ACCESS training - which provides access to all the assistance you will need to ensure a more successful trial. Our consultant team continues to provide extensive, free support to you at every stage of the trial process - learn more here.
Free Return Postage to Head Office
All device trials include free return of the device to Liberator's Head Office, via our e-Parcel Service by Australia Post.
To return a trial device, you can download a free postage label here: https://return.auspost.com.au/liberator
Wait Times for Devices
Accent 1400: 6 weeks (with Look), 4 weeks (without Look)
Liberator Rugged 8: 4-6 weeks
NOVA chat 5: 6 weeks